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All boyfriends are not created equal, but some seem extremely hard to shop for. To show the remarkable diversity and creativity of our glass-blown ornaments, we’ve come up with fire-proof groupings of our well-themed Christmas ornaments to match even the most specific man. 

So you’re dating a hipster? Though Christmas might be too mainstream for him, if he happens to be wearing his High Top Sneakers to purchase an organically grown Christmas tree from a local free-range farm then definitely consider the French Press ornament or low-brow Six Pack of Beer ornament to hang on his tree. Hopefully his Mustache won’t get too sloppy eating Ramen Noodles or Sushi after the Christmas tree selection process. 

High Top Shoe and Beer Ornaments

If your babe is suave and sophisticated and identifies more with James Bond and wouldn’t be caught dead at a thrift store, then he might appreciate appreciate a Martini while decorating his tree wearing a Tuxedo while smoking a Cigar. After his Croquet match, he just needs to call his British Taxi or Classic Wooden Boat for a ride to dinner at the club.

Marini and Cigar Christmas Ornament

There is probably a lot of chemistry in this relationship and if your man wears a lab coat more than he wears a smoking jacket, then Old World Christmas has you covered. Start with the Beaker because he’s definitely mixing a love potion to examine under his Microscope. If he’s more of the observant type, then he might appreciate the Ant Habitat to remind him of his scientific observations. 

Microscope and Beaker Ornaments

Maybe your man is a tender and tough cowboy, spending more time on a Horse or reclining by the Campfire with his Wool Blanket under his head, than he ever will in a science lab. His Hat might give him his signature look, but don’t forget to send him with a Dream Catcher to collect his sweet dreams about his best girl. 

Blanket & Campfire Ornament

Instead of a horse, is a Jet his preferred mode of transportation? Then get his Suitcase packed, his Passport stamped and decorate his Christmas tree with the Leaning Tower of Pisa, the Eiffel Tower and all of Old World Christmas’ many destination ornaments. Just make sure you don’t get left behind!

Suitcase and Passport Christmas Ornament

Your baby might have some taut and sculpted muscles formed from months in the forest as a lumberjack. If Paul Bunyan is his alter-ego then his tree cannot be without the Axe and Chain Saw ornaments. He probably has the eye for the perfect Christmas tree, will be wearing his Hiking Boots when he cuts it down and tosses it in his vintage Red Truck. Once decorated, he’ll probably kick back with a sip of Whiskey and you under his arm. 

Boats and Axe Ornament

Though our boyfriend list isn’t exhaustive, the variety of our ornaments is. We barely scraped the surface and didn’t even mention the angler boyfriend who loves to fish, the builder who is great with tools, the chef who has a way with food and the DJ who has scratched his way into your heart. Whomever he might be, we know Old World Christmas will fit into your love story!

Tool Box and Drill Ornament
May 06, 2020 by Rachael Mitchell

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Rachael Mitchell

Rachael Mitchell is a freelance writer based in Seattle, Washington, and has over 15 years of writing experience. She’d never be able to pick just one favorite ornament, but narrowed it down to the S’more and Tennis Ball. She always looks forward to s’mores in the summer with friends and family adding gourmet ingredients, and played 4 years of college tennis in the mid-west.

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